Us Lawmaker Introduces Articles of Impeachment on Biden for Abusing Power to Aid His Son
Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican congresswoman, accused President Joe Biden of abusing his authority by allowing his son, Hunter Biden, to benefit from his position of power.
Marjorie Taylor Greene said the President misuse his power for his son
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene filed articles of impeachment against President Biden in the House of Representatives on Friday, alleging that he abused his power to favour his son. “I have introduced House Res. 57. I have introduced House Res. 57. I have introduced House Res. 57. I have introduced House Res. 57. I have introduced House Res. 57. I have introduced House Res. 57. I have These are articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden for abusing his position of authority by assisting his son Hunter Biden in his business operations.”
Greene also stated that she has written further articles of impeachment against Biden, citing his rash handling of the US-Mexico border crisis, his inept retreat from Afghanistan, and his Coronavirus expulsion abeyance.
Uncertainty on art gallery displaying artworks by Hunter Biden
Furthermore, in September, James Comer, the senior Republican on the US House Oversight Committee, sent a letter to the owner of a New York art gallery, requesting a list of clients who purchased Hunter Biden’s artwork, citing concerns that the transactions were used to circumvent international sanctions. Hunter Biden’s ties to the White House were a source of anxiety for Comer.
He also expressed concern that Hunter’s connections with overseas supporters, as well as George Bergés, the owner of the New York art gallery that publicised and assisted in the sale of Hunter’s art work, indicated a desire to be the “main guy” in China’s growing art scene.
Covid-19 funds of $500,000 sanctioned after Biden took the charge last year
Previously, the New York Post reported, using public documents, that an art gallery showing Hunter Biden’s artwork received over $500,000 in Covid-19 help following Joe Biden’s election to the presidency last year.
The $150,000 loan was approved as part of the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) lending programme, which was created to assist small businesses that were supporting their employees and workers during the pandemic crisis. The total amount was later amended in July of this year, with an extra $350,000 in SBA issuance loans.
None of the records suggests that President was involved in the scheme
The George Bergés Gallery in Soho, New York, received a $80,000 loan in two instalments from SBA-approved payments in April of last year and February of this year.
According to the New York Post’s published investigation, the two art gallery employees were given hefty loans totaling $580,000. Neither Bergés nor the public records indicated that President Joe Biden was involved in the alleged conspiracy.